A free enterprise candidate has always won in Langley East, and now is the time to vote for a Conservative you can be proud of
While the BC Liberal Langley candidate Mary Polak is calling the Conservatives ‘an indirect threat’, Conservative candidates Ryan Warawa and Diane Janzen say otherwise.
"It's a fact that going back to 1991, the NDP has never been able to achieve even 31% of the vote in Langley East. When the Liberals chose to split the free enterprise vote with the governing Social Credit party in 1991, a free enterprise candidate still won” Langley East candidate Ryan Warawa stated this morning.
BC’s Conservatives have very distinct policy differences from the Liberals on a number of fronts including a much more people-oriented platform on addiction, mental health, and homelessness.
“The same holds true on things like ICBC and fiscal policy as well”, stated Chilliwack candidate Diane Janzen
Janzen continued, “The argument that’s evolving here is that we’ve been ignored for eight years, and that it’s time to send a strong message to the Liberals their time of taking voters for granted is over.”
“To me, John Les was an example of what an elected representative was. He was returned to the BC legislature three times; not because he was a Liberal, but because he truly represented the people of Chilliwack”, observed Janzen.
The spilt vote conversation has become a political platform brought out time and time again by the Liberals; they haven’t done their job, and now the platform of BC’s Conservatives is gaining traction as it resonates with voters.
Warawa concluded, “A free enterprise candidate has always won in Langley East, and now is the time to vote for a Conservative you can be proud of."